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Ann, you do indeed, if they are happy, you are happy.
I wish I had had one when I made these for my family but I had never even heard of them then. I had no kind of slicer & it was SO hard trying to slice a dozen or so potatoes super thin! But you do it for your family, don't ya?! :-} ..................
Hi ann, the slicer I have is much like the kitchen mandolin, adjustable slicing. I'm still careful with it though. I only make the chips now and then, that keeps it a special treat.
Healer, if you make these often I hope you have a Kitchen Mandolin. It slices SO much faster than by hand & you can slice them really thin, or thicker for cottage fries & onions. Oh, my, both are Soooo yummy, but soooo bad for us! ;-} But who cares---once in awhile we need something to eat that's bad for us, Right? Thanks for making my mouth water & temptation try to get me............
Angelbender, I didn't know that, I will definetely try that! Thanks!Hi texasstar, they turned out good. I made three pans. : )Suzy, home made potato chips is one of our favorites. I made a Pot Roast for supper tonight.
I think I could eat that whole panfull right now! Folks always post food when I'm hungry. Then again, maybe I just find them when I'm hungry! Thanks, Healer.
Mmmmmmmm, mmmmmmmm, mmmmm! Just like Mama used to make! Makes my mouth water. Thanks for sharing, Healer.Did you know if you fry them a little bit, take them out and let them cool, then put them back in the hot oil they will puff up? Just a way to surprise the family the next time you fix them.
They were good gnt. A little trouble to make, but worth it. I think I need a bigger skillet.
looking good for me